The development of specialist platforms that enable private catastrophe bonds to be structured quickly and in a cost-efficient way is increasingly attracting more traditional counterparties which were not previously active in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) space to get involved in the market, John Butler, managing partner and head of sourcing at Twelve Capital, told Baden-Baden Today.
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Twelve Capital, ILS, Europe